This week on Case Closed we begin our hour with I Was A Communist For The FBI. We’ll hear A Suit For The Party, which first aired October 8, 1952. Then, Five Minute Mystery brings us the Too-Early Bird. We close with The Ben Elliot Murder Case from Broadway Is My Beat. That episode first aired February 24, 1950.
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It’s Casey, Crime Photographer to start today’s show. We’ll hear The Surprising Corpse, which first aired January 16, 1947. Then, Five Minute Mystery presents Murder In Blue. Last this week is The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe and The Last Laugh. That episode first aired April 2, 1949.
First this week is Richard Diamond, Private Detective with The Gibson Murder Case. That episode aired October 8, 1949. Then, Five Minute Mystery brings us Murder If You Please. Last is This Is Your FBI with The Marriage Racket, their episode from October 19, 1945.
We begin with Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator this week with an episode titled, The Judge And The Champ from October 17, 1951. Then, Five Minute Mystery brings us The Fine Art Of Murder. To close, it’s Crime Classics with The Incredible Trial Of Laura D. Fair. That show first aired August 17, 1953.
First this week is I Deal In Crime with an episode titled, The Abigail Murray Case. That one first aired September 27, 1947. Next is Five Minute Mystery and Murder In The Tomb. Bulldog Drummond closes out this weeks show with Death Loops The Loop, an episode from January 11, 1942.
Our hour begins with Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar and its episode titled, The Wrong Idea Matter from April 15, 1962. Next, Five Minute Mystery brings us The Man From Nowhere. To close, 21st Precinct tells the tale of The Mainliner. That one first aired August 18, 1953.
Vincent Price is The Saint in our first story this week. From July 2, 1950 we’ll hear The Real Gone Guy. Then, Five Minute Mystery presents Gas Station Shooting. Jack Webb in Pete Kelly’s Blues concludes the show this week with an episode titled June Gould. That one first aired September 12, 1951.